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ACHEEN APPEALS TO AMERICA

5H6CA4TU2UPN  UNCONQUERABLE OPPOSITION TO THE DUTCH – LIBERAL OFFER TO THE UNITED STATES FOR PROTECTION WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.--It has been ascertained from a naval officer just returned from the East that all the tribes of the northern portion o...
by Marzuki Seuno on Nov 12, 2011

SULTAN’S FAMILY CAPTIVES.

LONDON TIMES – NEW YORK TIMESSpecial Cablegram.LONDON, Dec. 29. – The Brussels correspondent of The London Times says the Dutch Government has received a telegram from Batavia announcing the capture of the family of the Sultan in the mountains of...
by Marzuki Seuno on Jun 10, 2011

THE WAR IN SUMATRA.

Impression of the Defeat of the Dutch Forces – Its Significance.The correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazeth at The Hague, writing on April 22, says that the defeat of the Dutch forces in Sumatra is regarded as a crushing calamity. The leading Opposit...
by Marzuki Seuno on Apr 7, 2011

The Dutch Anxious to Settle with the Acheenes Amicably—Turkey Supporting the Sultan

PENANG, June 26.—Its is reported here that the Government of Holland is willing to enter into negotiations with the Sultan of Acheen for the peaceful settlement of the differences between the two countries.It is also rumored that twelve Turkish ves...
by Marzuki Seuno on Apr 7, 2011

THIRTY YEARS' WAR IS ABOUT TO END;

Chief Leaders of the Achinese In- surgents to Submit. The War in Sumatra Has Cost the Dutch Over $200,000,000 and the Lives of Thousands of Soldiers. LONDON TIMES -- NEW YORK TIMES Special Cablegram.August 24, 1903, MondayLONDON, Aug. 24 -- Priv...
by Marzuki Seuno on Mar 31, 2011

WHY THE DUTCH SLAY WOMEN.; Sumatrans Place Them in Front Lines for Battle Shields.

Col. H.F.C. Van Blyevelt, a retired officer of the Dutch East Indian Army, who has had thirty years of active service in the Dutch East Indies and comes to America to place his son in college, arrived here yesterday. In explaining the large numbers o...
by Marzuki Seuno on Mar 31, 2011


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